Our 15,000 sq ft facility is comprised of three separate buildings specifically laid out to optimize the flow of our customer’s projects. The dedicated Layup Department building is 7,000 sq ft of clean, temperature controlled, workspace complete with all the equipment required to perform vacuum resin infusion, oven cure pre-preg, and pressed layups. Our 6,000 sq ft industrial Tooling, Trim, and Assembly Department building is stock full of all the equipment and tools needed to bring any project to life, including CNC’s, ventilated workspaces, power tools, and hand tools. Parts are completed in our 2,000 sq ft Paint Department building complete with a dedicated automotive paint booth for high-end clear coat finishes. Our facility has an additional 2,500 sq ft of gated and covered exterior storage for tooling that needs to be stored long term. Refer to the list of equipment below for a sense of our capabilities.
This large format router has a machining envelope of 10ft x 5ft and 3ft of Z height. Complete with a duel ended 5-axis spindle, this CNC is capable of machining a complete car buck in one shot while holding tolerances of +/- 0.015”.
Our Fadal CNC is a 3-axis, built-to-last Vertical Milling Center that has been retrofit with the latest electronics and controls to hold high tolerances for precision metal tooling and trim operations.
Used for tooling and trim operations, this 4ft x 8ft router table has been our workhorse for the past 4 years. With its vacuum table and precision locating pin system, we can CNC trim parts to +/-0.015” accuracy and repeatability with our custom-built vacuum trim fixtures.
Our custom-built curing oven has an internal capacity of 14ft x 6ft x 6ft capable of curing pre-pregs up to 350F with ramped temperature controllers. It is also used to post cure all infused parts up to 200F.
For high volume small components, we use this press to make thousands of composite parts per year in steel and aluminum molds with high heat and pressure. Capable of reaching 850F, this press can process thermosets and thermoplastics.